Oregon's largest agricultural organization!
Established at the county level in 1919 and the state level in 1932, Oregon Farm Bureau is a grassroots, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing the interests of farming and ranching families in the public and policymaking arenas. With nearly 7,000 member families professionally engaged in agriculture, Farm Bureau is Oregon’s largest general agriculture advocacy organization, representing all farm sizes, production methods, and commodities. Our ultimate aim is the survival, success, and sustainability of family farms and ranches in Oregon.
of Oregonians are farmers and ranchers
agricultural commodities are grown in Oregon
united voice makes Oregon agriculture strongest in the legislature
Welcome to Farm Bureau
"I look across Oregon and across our great country, and I see farm and ranch families doing what Farm Bureau is designed to do, accomplishing together what we cannot accomplish alone. In spite of a pandemic, natural disasters, market disruptions, and some truly terrible conditions on many farms and ranches, Farm Bureau people are working together, putting their shoulders to the wheel; we’re not dwelling on the challenges of today, but rather having our eyes fixed on the possibilities of tomorrow and putting in the work to make it happen.
We are Farm Bureau, and we are stronger together. "
Angi Bailey, Oregon Farm Bureau President
Join Oregon Farm Bureau
If you are a farmer, rancher, or supporter of agriculture in Oregon, join Oregon Farm Bureau today and become part of our community. As a member, you will have access to our advocacy, educational, and networking resources, as well as exclusive discounts on products and services.
What Our Members Say
“Farm Bureau provides a platform for the agricultural community to have a voice, a luxury that we often do not have because less than 1% of Oregonians are farmers and ranchers. Farm Bureau also brings attention to the challenges agriculture faces so we can work with our nation’s leaders to find solutions.”
Tiffany Harper Monroe
Lane County Farm Bureau